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at los angeles international airport. an u.s. drone strike kills the leader of a pakistani taliban. and the prime minister of iraq asks president obama for more help in ending violence in his country. ♪ >> there are still plenty of questions after a shooting at one of the nation's busiest airports. it happened near a security check point. terminal three at los angeles international airport, one tsa agent was killed, three others were wounded. the gunman was taken into custody after a shootout. officers. the investigators say they don't think anyone else was involved. >> we believe at this point that there was a loan shooter, that he acted at least right now, he was the only person armed in this incident. >> brian rooney joins us live from los angeles international airport. brian, good to see you. if you would, bring us up to speed for the very latest. >> reporter: the airport, tony, is still mostly shutdown. occasionally a flight lands but there is none taking off. i think a passenger just passed me. there was a stream of passengers coming by on the rode way going into the airpor
is known for gambling incidents. >>> federal agents are investigating a possible link between a los angeles gunman and a conspiracy theory. meanwhile the tsa officer killed in the attack was honored during an airport ceremony. randy paige of our los angeles stage kcbs has more. >> reporter: the water cannons pointed the way as they carried the national honors flag as it carried to a stop at terminal 4. the flag was flown over the rubble at the world wade center after 9/11 was carried from the music in austin, texas, to l.a.x. in honor of the tsa specialist gerardo ismail hernandez who was shot in terminal 3. >> we lost a great one. i was proud to come to work every day. he worked hard. professional. most portly he was passionate about his job. he loved what he did and showed that each and every day he came to work. >> reporter: the murder of gerardo hernandez has sparked a national debate about security at the tsa checkpoint. some tell us they feel vulnerable in the wake of friday's shooting. >> it's natural for people to be afraid. think in their mind and in talking to officers that, you k
story may not be uncovered. >> the suspect in friday's shooting at los angeles international airport was able to answer critical questions after he was shot. law enforcement officials said paul ciancia said a friend dropped him at the airport, but he acted alone. paul ciancia killed a t.s.a. employee and four others. >> older americans are against proposals that would cut social security benefits. 60% of americans 50 and older do not want the government to change how it determines cost of living. 60% are against raising the elegibility age. and 60% say benefits should not be reduced for seniors with high n. >> what does a small california town have in common with villages in costa rica, japan, sardinia and greece? they are all blue zones, with the longest living people in the world. jennifer went to the only living blue zone in the states to find out. >> 60 miles east of los angeles you mind the see of lomalinsor. it's a university town, one of five places around the world where people live measurably longer, healthier lives. >> the day we met this man, he mowed his lawn and tended
motives to open fire at the los angeles airport. >> the taliban names a new leader a day after pakistan's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled a
... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. on inside story, we bring together unexpected voices closest to the story, invite hard-hitting debate and desenting views and always explore issues relevant to you. ♪ welcome back, i'm stephanie and these are the top stories at this hour. after spending hours in a cairo courtroom the trial of ousted president mohamed morsi wrapped up for the day and not in session until the new year, morsi and 14 officials of the muslim brotherhood are charged with murder against political opponents and pakistan will review the relationship with u.s. after a drone strike killed the leader of the pakistan taliban. parties in the country want to stop nato supplies to afghanistan because of the strikes. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hid
in the shooting at los angeles international airport. >> art imitating life. a moroccan artist drawing inspiration from real-life turmoil in the middle east. >> welcome to al jazeera america. former egyptian president mohamed morsi is at a cairo police academy to face trial for inciting riots and murder. mohamed morsi and his legal team arrived moments ago amid tight security. supporters of muslim brotherhood are planning protests. dominic kane brings us this report ahead of the trial. >> these are the first pictures of mohamed morsi to emerge since being deposed as president in july. loked by an egyptian newspaper, they are thought to show him during a meeting with foreign dignitaries that month. he says he was ousted by the military in a move that was illegal. >> translation: it's illegal. i'm the president, according to the constitution of the country. kout de tar means a strike against state institutions. all the basics of these institutions and the definition of an institution. >> the contrast with his inauguration is stark. it was a moment that seemed to suggest egypt's transition from dicta
- the hills outside los angeles are on fire. >> california's governor has declared a state of emergency. we've just arrived on the scene. the situation is critical. >> the entire mountainside is smoldering. this thick acrid smoke smell in the air and we're following this strike team now right into the top of the mountain to where the fire line begins. >> for this blaze, the combined might of the firefighting forces of california is on full display. in just 24 hours, the costs have already run into the millions. >> it's been a busy season. it started really early for us we had pretty significant fires in may which is pretty rare. it just seems like a lot of fires are burning. as far as the outlook for this season. it's going to be a busy one. >> these are serial conflagrations now, and they're magnifying themselves, and the costs are enormous. >> costs like this sprawling "fire camp" that's emerged overnight to support the thousands of personnel deployed. you think of how much money they spend in one of these camps. there's a lot of people here. there's a lot of fuel going out. >> the fires
filed against the man opening fire in los angeles airport. new details are emerging about the shooting that killed a tsa agent and wounded several others the suspect is unresponsive and unable to talk, according to the f.b.i. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of friday's gun battle inside lax terminal three. investigators say a note inside his bag gave insight to his frame of mind. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated that he wanted to, quote, instill fear into their traitorous minds. >> the f.b.i. says he shot tsa agent gerardo her and ines and went up the elevator and came down and shot him again, killing him. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son, and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated, and we are all heart-broken and will minutes him dearly. >> the federal complaint says he used a smith and wetson assault rifle and wounded two police officers and a civilian in addition to killing hernandez. the f.b.i. says
picked kahn its new leader. the suspect in friday's armed attack at the los angeles international airport could face the death penalty for shooting dead a transportation security administration officer and wounding five other people. is charged with murdering a federal officer and committing violence at an international airport. the head of the police at lax described the attack. >> at 9:20 this morning, in individual came into terminal 3 of this airport, pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire in the terminal. he proceeded up into the screening area where tsa screeners are, and continued shooting. he went past the screeners back .nto the airport itself personnel officers from airport police, los angeles airport police, responded immediately to the calls. they tracked the individual through the airport and engaged him in gunfire and terminal 3. and were able to successfully take him into custody. >> the slain victim, gerardo hernandez, was the first tsa agent to dying a line of duty since the agency's creation following the 9/11 attacks. he was a married father of two
in yemen. >>> man open fired in a crowded los angeles airport, killing a tsa official. ♪ >> the last remaining m 23 rebel fighters in the democratic republic of congo. we have more now let's go to the military base where al jazeera's malcolm webb is standing by. malcolm, it seems like this is the last stand for the rebels. tell us exactly where you are right now. >> reporter: well, i'm in a military base that originally belonged to the government, and then the rebels took it from them last year. the government took it back just a few days ago when the rebels retreated. you can see the gun behind me that rebels have to leave mind. it looks like they poured petro all ovepetrolall over it and trt it on fire, but they think they can get it going again. they think they're going to get this fixed up and fight the rebels soon. if we move the camera across to the right you can see a hill in the distance. this is one of the three hills where the last of the rebels remain and the government has been bombing them with tanks and artillery. the government has said today the final for the rebels t
, the next interview may change your mind. robert hillburn, former music critic for "los angeles times" has writ an biography titled simply "johnny cash: the life." what a life it was. robert joins this morning. and thank you so much for being with us. i know you interviewed johnny cash, gosh, you know, across the decades, and you've really had access to his inner circle. so help us understand who was the real johnny cash? >> well, the fascinating thing, christi, seeing the footage, i was with johnny cash at fullsome prison in 1968, can you believe that, and it was the first time -- >> yes, great, i was going to ask you about that, but go ahead. >> it's the first time i'd been in a major concert. i was trying to get a job at the "los angeles times," and i was the only music journalist there, because the record company didn't want to invite journalists, because they were afraid john would show up stoned and they'd have to cancel the concert. but anyway, i stayed with him pretty much his entire life. i interviewed him until even just a few months before his death. and he was a terrific, warm
coast. we saw one a short distance from where i am, east of los angeles in ontario, california, there are about 100 people at this particular walmart. they were walking with signs. they were protesting because it is black friday. they wanted to talking about wages. as people are arriving to spend money, trying to get deals, they wanted to talk about how the wanings of the people who are helping them buy their cheap stuff, they're not being paid appropriately. the reason why these employees, some of them are employees, most of them nonemployees who are union members want to talk about this is because it's a large platform. walmart hires about 1% of all of the u.s. labor force. about 1.5 million people. they say it is appropriate to do this, to talk about it today. they also staged some peaceful civil disobedience, a small number of them, about ten of them were arrested trying to make that point. michael? >> amazing. >> the biggest employer there, and there you have it. protests outside the walmart stores in some cases. kyung lah is reporting from a walmart in los angeles. zain a
of the election and she goes to new york, atlanta, detroit, los angeles, san francisco. places where there are significant african-american populations and major labor unions because labor unions and then john kennedy had a very tempestous relationship because of bobby's relationship with the persecution of jimmy hoffa and so eleanor is designated to be the kennedy emissary to african-americans and labor. and so her campaign is instrumental there for the president's victory, although he won for many reasons but i think the one statistic that's very interesting is that as you all know he becomes president because he carries illinois by 247,000 votes. he wins 267,000 african-american votes in chicago. and eleanor spends three days of the last 16 days of the campaign working with the ncaap, going to african-american churches and holding rallies. so there was a let's say an iou that was, you know, desperately earned there. and when president kennedy appoints fewer women to presidential appointments than any president after fdr, eleanor begins there's no other word for it, to browbeat him
america" was presented by kcet, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> wooduff: a city wiped out, untold numbers dead, survivors desperate for aid, but that aid's been slow to come. the scale of devastation in the typhoon-ravaged central philippines is only now becoming clearer. good evening i'm judy woodruff. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. also ahead, iran agreed today on a u.n. road map that would allow for the inspection of key nuclear sites. but there is not yet a broader agreement on how to freeze iran's nuclear program. margaret warner reports. >> wooduff: and from san francisco this veterans day, the story of a college program-- one of only a handful nationwide-- helping soldiers overcome the scars of war. >> i don't care if you've got 1,300 vets like we do, or 30
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. looks like summer in los angeles. no problems there. 27 degrees. denver 13 for you. oklahoma city, 13 as well and 13 in d.c. after you had snow a few days ago. on into europe, things are going to sort of split here. we'll have rain and wind up towards the north, snowshowers possible as well as this atlantic system rolls into northern scandinavia. this cold front is going to come down into the central mediterranean. you'll see the rain and instability here. one very stubborn system has just passed and is now going to be affecting turkey. you'll have another one coming down here bringing the storms, bringing, of course, the wind as well as well as that on going wet weather. the sweet spot is going to be in the middle of the continent, from the british isles right through france and germany, towards western russia, it's been a while since you've had any kind of really calm weather. you'll be feeling a little bit cooler. the tradeoff is it's going to be pretty calm for you into the weekend. nine degrees in london on your thursday. three in stockholm. warsaw, a good sunshine, too. fairly c
to the pacific northwest. if you're traveling in the seattle area you'll run into rain. we had rain in los angeles yesterday. mostly cloudy here today but the clouds will be breaking up, and you'll see plenty of sunshine as we track into tomorrow. richelle. back to you. >> back to auburn for the iron bowl. it doesn't get much bigger than that, does it, michael? >> reporter: yeah, bragging rights for a year on the line here in alabama. we'll tell i couldn't this year's game is so significant. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm richelle carey. let's take a look at today's headlines. syria's war has created a growing humanitarian crisis in the middle east. 2.2 million people have fled syria and taken refugee in other countries. half of them are children. >>> one person has died in protest in thailand. three others injured after gunshots went off in clashes between pro and anti government demonstrators. and today is the obama administration's deadline to fix the healthcare.gov website problems. the goal is for the site to handle 50,000 users at one time. >>> it's one of the biggest co
? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. >>> welcome back to "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. here are some of the stories we're following this hour. >>> people in the philippines who lived through a typhoon have grown frustrated with lack of food, water and help. >>> leaders of china's communist party have unveiled a blueprint for social and economic reform but leave many of the specifics unmentioned. >>> a pop artist from new york has visited northeastern have pan on a mission to help children bounce back from the disaster. >>> some survivors of typhoon in the philippines are still waiting for help, five days after the storm hit. typhoon haiyan churned through central islands on friday, flattening communities and cutting off access to some areas. some people have grown desperate and are in need of food and medicine. residents of tacloban saw the full force of the winds. few buildings in the city escaped damage. authorities have confirmed almost 1,800 people died in the typhoon. many residents are growing frustrated with the lack of power and running water. some are
over the coming weeks. >> we are learn moring more abot the suspect in the los angele l. >> ninthe authorities say he acd alone. if hthis ithey found a in and . he has been charged with murder and could pace the death penalty. >> the leader of the m-23 rebels declare a ceas ceasefire. the fighting is not yet over. human troops have been fightinhg with the m-23 re rebels on the border just over there. you can hear the sound of the fighting. if i hold up this microphone you can hear the rockets and the bombs that are landing. the hills there are where the rebels still are. beheard therwoowe heard there am left. the government has a lot more men. they have tanks and helicopter and fighting uphill in this terrain is difficult. a short while ago the m--23 rebels political wing put out a communique that the military wing should ceasefire. they should stop fighting there is no sign that they are in agreement with that. they are still up in the hills continuing to battle. over the last ten days the government troops havic at tha n over positions in this area. and they found a few nasty su
are learning more about the. los angeles international shooting. paul ciancia. he mentioned killing tsa agents and how easy it is to get a gun. a tsa officer was killed and four others were hurt in that rarampage. paul ciancia has been charged with murder and could face the death penalty. >> the leader of the m-23 rebels declared a ceasefire. as they retreat the troops are finding mass graves chess t cloe uganda border. the fighting is not yet over. >> this patch of bush next to a former m-23 rebel base looks like any other in eastern congo. something more sinister lies within. this seale sowed soldier leads n that was buried in a shallow grave. he died recently and the smell is unpleasant. hhe died with his arms tied behind his back and his legs tied. it looks like he was executed. are there were four more bodies visible in this hole. before heavy rain buried them in mud. there are many more in the surrounding bush. it looks like he was executed. nearby soldiers in villages say there were four more body visible in this hole before heavy rain buried them in mud. and they say there are many mor
in new york or los angeles, beginning this weekend, whatever you order from amazon could arrive at your doorstep on a sunday with the help of the u.s. postal service. a u.s. p.s. spokesperson said while the amount of mail shipped has declined, package shipments which are more profitable, are increasing. the postal service is looking to form similar agreements with other retailers. it really gives it a chance to get a leg up on ups and fed ex, which do not deliver on sundays. >> is this going to cost customers a lot more? >> so it's not going to cost customers extra. you're not going to be charged extra to get the delivery on sunday, but if you're an amazon prime member, which does come with an annual fee, you can place ordered as late as friday to get your orders on sunday. as the sunday shipping starts to roll out, keep in mind it's only available in new york and l.a. at first, but the company does expect to expand the service to dallas and houston, new orleans, and phoenix next year. wolf. >> all right, we'll see how it goes in new york and los angeles first. in the other cities as we
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >>> welcome back. i'm stephanie sy and these are the top stories at this hour. in an al jazeera exclusive, scientists in switzerland say they have evidence that palestinian leader yasser arafat was poisoned. the researchers say their test showed unusually high level was a radioactive substance in arafat's remains. >>> thousands of people in the philippines are moved to safety as the massive typhoon haiyan approaches. the superstorm, which is the largest of the year, is expected to hit tomorrow morning with winds topping 200 miles per hour. >>> and iran is meeting with the permanent members of the security council today in geneva to talk about the nuclear program. there are reports the u.s. is willing to roll back sanctions if iran adwrees to a temporary freeze of the nuclear program. >>> as we mentioned, iran and six world powers are set to resume talks today in geneva to discuss the country's nuclear ambitions. joining us now is a freelance iranian journalist from tehran thi
to the bottom of the situation starts when he meets with martin in los angeles. >> i'm really disturbed by it because i care about the dolphins and players and johnson and martin and i care about our fans and hearing all this and it's been something very upsetting because it goes against something i really believe in and to hear charges and being part of it is something i find, something i can't live with. >> what needs to be done going forward after all of the stuff that has come out over the few weeks?. >> the nfl needs to complete the investigation and people want to see it and i want to see it and the coach wants to see it. because they all really care and are involved and so much being said and who knows what is true and what is not. with that being said, you know, personally i want to make sure that the type of racial slurs, harassment, you know, bullying doesn't occur in our team and our locker room or have anything to do with it. so i really thought you know i know what i would do, my first reaction is you can't come down on people because first of all you hear a lot of differen
will deliver a speech pushing immigration reform. tonight he will travel to los angeles. tomorrow he visits the dream works studio to talk about his economic agenda. >>> miley cyrus has a lot of people talking this morning. in los angeles last night, she closed the american music awards by ball. just tin timberlake won three. >> and taylor swift landed the most awards. fans voted her artist of the year. >> this validates that if you voted for this, that we are heartbroken the same way and we fall in love the same way and we're happy the same way. and the fact that you listen to my music means that we're on the same page and i'm 23 and i have no idea what's going to happen to me in my life, but i figure if you decided on something as wonderful as this, then we're pretty much in it together, aren't we. i love you. >> i love you, too. third time taylor swift he were that had honor. the other performances last night, jennifer lopez did a dedication to celia cruise. she changed costumes three times on air. it was a good show. >> i fell asleep early, but i'll go back and look charlie? i'm positit
immigration reform. and tonight he will travel to los angeles to raise more money. tomorrow the president visits the dreamworks talk about his economic agenda. >>> miley cyrus has a lot of people talking this morning after her latest performance. in los angeles last night, she closed the american music awards by singing "wrecking bam." a giant kitten lip synced behind her. justin timberlake won three awards including pop rock male artist. >> i didn't understand the cat but we're talking about it. taylor swift landed the most awards with four. the fans voted her artist of the year. >> this value dates that if you voted for this that we are heart broken the same way and we fall in love the same way and we are happy the same way. and the fact that you would listen to my music means we're on the same page and i'm 23 and i have no idea what's going to happen to me in my life but i figure if you decided on something as wonderful as this then we're pretty much in it together, aren't we e. i love you! >> i love you, too taylor swift. the third time she's earned that honor. the
. robert eichis at cedars-sinai medical center in los angeles, at least until january 1st when his bill go up. >> i know if i go see him, it's completely out of network and it does not apply against my deductible. so it's really out of network, almost in another orbit. >> reporter: the new obama care compliant plan being offered by harris' current health insurance company will actually cost him $5 a month less but he and four of harris' five doctors are no longer in that network. >> i've had patients come to me saying please do whatever you need to do, because i don't know if i will be able to come back to see you after december 31st. >> reporter: he says 10% of his patients now must either find new doctors or pay steep out of pocket costs. >> it's mind-numbing. it's mind-numbing. >> reporter: even for dr. eitchis, less than six weeks before obama care takes effect, he still doesn't know which if any insurance plans he will accept. he's already stopped taking medicare. >> i may think about not taking any insurance at all. i have a lot of patients who have been seeing me for over 20 years a
coast for hillary clinton's visit. >> whoo! >> from los angeles to northern california, everybody seemed to be waiting for the same thing. was she going to give any hints about her plans for 2016? >> we just wanted to show that she has the support that she needs to run for office whenever she decides. >> she is looking quite presidential, i might say. so i believe there was a lot of hints. >> people started chanting "just say yes, just say yes" but she didn't give a direct answer. >> let's look at some of what's behind the talk of inevitability. of course the fund-raising prowess, the organization, the early endorsements. but that's what everybody thought in 2008. and a new republic piece asks the provocative question is hillary's nightmare a democratic party that realizes its soul lies with elizabeth warren. let me bring in jonathan allen, and a politics reporter for the "washington post." good morning. >> good morning. >> so let's start with hillary because she's touring the country doing speaking engagements. she's racking up political chips. let me read this piece. anyone who lived t
leaving in the middle of a training day last week and he is in los angeles with his family receiving counseling and the dolphins offered to help with their investigation. that is it for me. >> thank you very much indeed. now to puerto rico and people are leaving because of the unemployment and it is the greece of the caribbean and with a debt crisis looming many predicting dire consequences. >> reporter: the family has sold just about everything they own and his wife and two sons are about to set off on a well-worn path taken by 10s of thousands of people before them and struggling to get by and they are moving to florida. >> translator: there are better schools, a better education, right now my sons don't have a social studies teacher and their teachers are missing. they will have a shot at a better education. crime here is sky high and am i going to raise two criminals? no, i don't think so. this is the time to leave. >> reporter: one look at the neighborhood and you can begin to understand why people are leaving. businesses houses and schools are boarded up. unemployment is at
they reach earth. the dinosaurs didn't have a space program. we do. john blackstone, cbs news, los angeles. >> pelley: before we go, we want to congratulate gary england. for 41 years he was the chief meteorologist for kw-tv in oklahoma city covering more than 2,000 twisters. tonight, gary will be inducted into oklahoma hall of fame. proud of you, gary. and that's the cbs evening news. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald rules. >>> if i have enough sense not to get on there myself, what's wrong with them? >> a free-for-all on bart. our camera catches cyclists breaking the rules. good evening, i'm ken bastida. >> i'm elizabeth cook. the new rules for bikes on bart are simply being ignored. what's worse? they are not even being enforced. we rode the rails to see how commuters and bicyclists are meshing and sometimes it gets messy. kpix 5's ryan takeo is at the pleasant hill station and ryan, even bart admits the rules may need a little tweaking. >> reporter: liz, that's right. bart set up the rules recently just fo
. partially sunny in dallas and sunny in los angeles. >>> time now for a check of the national forecast. weather conditions will improve in the pacific northwest after the region got pounded by a strong storm system. it will be windy across the corn belt with light rain and some snow from north dakota to wisconsin. most of the south will be dry and cooler and it will be mostly dry, cool, and windy across the northeast. >>> jonathan martin's new attorney says the miami dolphins player left the team last week because of misconduct that went far beyond the usual hazing that younger nfl players often endure. the dolphins suspended defensive lineman richie incognito for allegedly sending threatening voice and text messages to martin, but many current and former teammates of both players have defended incognito. murtha was with the dolphins last year. >> there were instances, no question, he was heckled by richie. it was trying to get him to open up and become, you know, a man in a men's game. and then there would be, you know, some racially charged things that happened, but this is common th
showers moving across parts of george in to northern florida could see a shower or two in to the an los angeles at that area. the but right here is where we are watching for much colder air to sink southward in behind the cold front making its way south ward out of canada. continuing to work eights way down across the country and that cold air going to make its way all the say south ward by the time we get in to the middle of the week. tuesday atlanta you'll feel the cold air spilling in and then by wednesday even parts of central florida will see high temperatures only in the 50s and 60s. now, here is a look at the week ahead around new york city, for our sunday temperatures right around 60 degrees. so not bad. by monday we'll drop in to the mid 50s, we have a cold front moving through but it's a much stronger cold front moving in and dropping our temperatures down to the low 40s, for afternoon highs tuesday and wednesdays. winds advisories around the lakes today. winds could gust 40 to 50 miles per hour. further north it's the snow that they are watching for across northern areas of m
... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> welcome back to aljazeera. these are the main stories, philippines disaster agency says the death toll from typhoon haiyan is more than 2300 people. aid agencies warn of deteriorating health in the areas. troops have been deployed to restore law and order. hungry people are panicked over the shortage of food and water and taking supplies from shops. others have been digging up water pipes. >> egypt's ousted president accuses those of kidnapping him. >> the coordination of humanitarian affairs in the philippines joins us, i understand you and valerie were traveling to tacloban today. tell us about the challenges you face. they are the same kinds of challenges all kinds of relief agencies are facing. >> indeed they are. we traveled with the head in the philippines here and the humanitarian coordinator to see what it was like on the ground. we traveled by plane down there. the difficulties are, a few of us were left behind,
you? >> this is new york, los angeles, they think it will move to dallas, new york, phoenix next year. with le see how it works and whether, you, too, can order something on friday and have it on sunday. >> i wonder what it will be. >> our must see moment today in honor of vet an's day. show them the skills? they go beyond heros on the battlefield. this was a celebration of the u.s. marine corps 238th birthday saturday. can you hear billy jeans, michael jackson in the background, in a word, spectacular. the guy in the white pants feels a fancy drop, shuffling on the dance floor. if you watch long enough, there is talent. one of the other goes, oh, no, i'm not letting you go out this way. >> this way. >> music. >> waiting for the video. >> oh my good ness. so we thought we'd show you showing them having a moment. >> thankfully, no cameras were on. >> guess the back move. >> you should see christine's move. >> it's crazy on a monday. >> i'm going for the slide step. just when you to the they couldn't be more impressive. >> even in those stiff uniforms. coming up next on "new day," he's
@democracynow.org or mail them to democracy now! p.o. box 693 new york, new york 10013. tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with graham nash and two-time rock 'n .oll hall of fame inductee of theicipated in some most legendary excesses and has now written about those callednces in a new book "wild tales." we are glad you have joined us. a conversation with graham nash coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. cofounder of crosby stills and nash, graham nash has been at the forefront of rock music. he has written a few more experiences, good and bad. quick reminder of how great those harmonies are. singinga clip of them "wooden ships." ♪ ♪ tavis: i guess one would expect a book written by a rock 'n roll star to have the obligatory chapters about sex and drugs. to be sure, that exists in the book. i expect in conversations that get to that.y will i will leave it to the other show host to dig that up. i don't know if we have the front and the back cover. contemporary graham nash. there is a fascina
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. >> but do you have los angeles to strengthen that to lesson that likelihood? >> yes, with respect to the role of the committee, the language in the written testimony makes clear the committee's interpretations of the convention are not entitled to any wait whatsoever would or any deference from, for example, u.s. courts, could go along way towards assuring that federal governments are not prone to following an interpretation that the committee might adopt that, for example, that congress would find objectionable. i also, the language referenced in the convention in general and the ruds make this clear is a nondiscrimination convention to a large extent. therefore, it does not reference the particular -- any particular procedure, but states there shall be no discrimination. >> well, i'd appreciate it, specific language, if you'd submit to us to lessen, obviously, abortion is a huge aspect with regard to many americans and affect the judgment of members of the committee, so i want to close that as tightly as we can recognizing there may always be some challenges, but so i think you
as well. spirits are high in los angeles after 300 people took part in a fund-raising walk to raise money for those in need. collections taken at church services as well and reminders a dollar in the philippines can feed a person 10 meals, so obviously something to keep in mind with the perspectives of how much that money is needed over there right now. connell: i am sure a lot of people there still looking looking for their loved ones here this morning, right? >> they really are. a lot of people are having a hard time tracking down their friends and relatives in the philippines. one local church leader visiting still have not been heard from and his convocation includes 50 filipinos, so far they have not had any luck. people have not been able to track down their friends or relatives because the typhoon knocked out medicatio communican networks. that effort and more donations at the filipino in san francisco, all the other centers across the country today. back to you. connell: in terms of the storm itself, it has been downgraded to a tropical storm at this point making its way through s
-d-t-v! other locations, such as this target in suburban los angeles, were a little more subdued. and this is from a 'best buy' in colma. hundreds stood in line. some since wednesday. just to be first in line for the store's best deals. some people gave a family time here in san mateo. >>: it's well worth its. mlb got a bunch of toys for the kids. shoulder and a car seat for a baby we are expecting and just gives for the family. >>: others were only giving nothing home for the holidays bringing their whole family to the store. that my husband is in line with a 50 in. tv. my son is in line for the place-in for. the about we just showed you what things look like across the country. how do things go look out in livermore. mike pelton has enough states. >>: will black friday has really became an mentality. early this morning i saw one woman sitting around 12 shopping bags. i asked her if she was going to finally, she said no. so many people are trying to find the best deals. turning it into an all day shopping marathon. thousands of people made their way to go livermore premium outle
has instituted a series of market reforms since taking over in 2008. >> the suspect in the los angeles shooting has been charged with murd erp. 23-year-old paul ciancia faces the death penalty or life in prison without parole. flights have returned to normal after the killing of a transport worker. >> now to the second pardon our series on senior citizens. when it comes to ageing population, south korea is the fastest growing. has harry fawcett reports many elderly people have no choice but to keep working. >> she may not look it, but she is 62. 15 years after closing shop at her own cafes she decided to come back to work. as well as earning money it's a change for grandchild duty. >> it keeps me feeling young. i meet people and i make money. as long as i can, i want to work. >> she is not alone. a job sharing center for the over 50s is packed with senior citizens. each applicant has his or her own reasons. >> i'm in good shape. do i like like someone over 70. >> translation: my son got married. now i have a darnal. i need -- daughter-in-law, i need a job to save face. >> the over 65s
of headlines. new details about the shooting rampage at los angeles international airport. federal authorities say suspected gunman paul ciancia shot tsa officer gerardo hernandez multiple times at pointblank range, went up an escalator and then returned to shoot hernandez again. earlier on cnn's "state of the union," michael mccaul described what police found as a suicide note and said mental illness was a chief reason behind the shooting. the 23-year-old ciancia is currently hospitalized in police custody. he's charged with two felonies including the murder of a federal officer. terminal three at l.a.x. is open today. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in the middle east for meeting with u.s. allies. one of kerry's key missions is to smooth relations with saudi arabia which is upset about u.s. policies in the region. kerry's first stop today was egypt where he told the foreign minister that u.s. ties go deeper than aid. it was kerry's first trip to the country since the u.s. suspended significant military aid to egypt over the bloody crackdown on the muslim brotherhood. those are your top
... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. this is al jazeera, you are watching the news hour, and these are the top stories. still no confirmed date for the geneva 2 peace talks. efforts to organize a conference which in some eyes was likely to happen later this month, has proven even harder than expected. united nations security council has been briefed on the progress made in dismantling syria's chemical weapons. called the security council but so far the syrian regime has been cooperative. they have taken over the last two areas held by m 23 rebels. many of the rebels are fled to neighbors rwanda, and uganda. human rights groups have been condemning a mass sentencing of hundreding of bangladeshe soldiers. more than 300 have been sentenced to death or life in prison. in the capitol with this story. >> it was a mutiny that shocked the nation, in february 2009, members of the bangladesh rifles boarder guard rose in revolt, common deering their bar racks in the center, and shooting their officers who are members of the army. they demanded better
los angeles. moving to our other top story today as we learn more about the devastation in the philippines. americans are opening up their wallets to help. many people are trying to figure out who they can trust, especially since the philippines is a country that has been plagued with problems. jonathan betz has the story. >> reporter: at a recent fundraiser in this new york bar money was flowing as free as the drinks. >> i've been homeless a year ago, and i exactly know how it feels. >> reporter: finding donors was not a problem. but he struggled with where to send the money. >> you want to donate something. you want to make sure that it's going to be put to good us. >> reporter: ultimately he donated to the red cross. after disasters, donations swell and few are as generous as the americans. >> hopefully this will help those who need the help. >> but will that happen? >> they took in less money than they spent. >> reporter: cautioning against some charities. his organization charity navigator helps people to weed out the good non-profits from the bad. >> the public is
in boston, chicago, los angeles and miami under the terms 6 of terms the . the agreement will shift the landscape by guaranteeing a bigger foot hold for low cost carriers the settlement ensures that passengers will see more competition on non-stop and connecting routes. >> the best thing for consumers is competition. some of the smaller airlines have figured out away to make a profit and so if this merger drops some routes it will be a opportunity for the smaller air carriers to move in. u.s. and american say it's the only way they can compete in the global aviation industry. the final settlement must be signed off for a judge. competitions for the not so small airlines like jet blue and southwest. what everyone wants to know what about the ticket prices. yes. >> if you take out a layer of competition there is a possibility they will. >>> i want to talk about disagreement. what does it mean for you and for me? and a couple of their top business stories of the day. we have the financial reporter mariah what do you think of this? we have a new largest airlines on the block. the u.s.
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